Radon Testing


Of the 74 counties in Colorado, 62 have an estimated average radon level above the EPA’s recommended maximum of 4.0 pCi/L. Denver County is one of these, meaning Denver residents should be especially wary of radon and its effects. Because levels of radon in Denver are estimated to be high, Coloradoans in the greater Denver area should monitor radon levels in their living spaces.

National Radon Proficiency Program Certified.

Our technitians are trained and tested to perform tests on our annually certified equipment.

TAK Strategies inspection will be completely unbiased. We have no connection to any radon mitigation company. We can guarantee accurate, truthful results. We care only about your safety, not about the profit of an radon removal company.